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As part of my neverending saga to keep my 1995 DCM shiny and spotless, I recently picked up some Eagle 1 Wax As You Dry. I wish I had a good review for it but dont. As i dried the car it left a lot of streaking, as if I had applied wax to a dry car. This residue took a lot of elbow grease to remove. My opinion, if you want to wax, just wax, save time and shoulder. Just my .02.
 

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The only spray wax that is really worth it, is meguiars ultimate quik wax. It's good for about 2 weeks, you can apply it to a warm surface in the sunlight, won't stain trim or crevasses. Also good on windows. I wouldn't recommend applying it as you dry. That stuff HATES water; It's basically NXT 2.0 in a spray bottle.

But to get the best protection, do two coats of wax/sealant.
 

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Mother's, period.
 
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